Causality condition | Article about causality condition by The Free Dictionary
causality condition[kȯ′zal·əd·ē kən‚dish·ən]
The condition of a space-time requiring there be no closed nonspacelike curves.
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Bierens (2007) Granger causality condition
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The second question is, who did subjects in the causality condition list as causal?
In the causality condition, all subjects were more likely to list either the wind or the lightning alone as causal rather than both together.